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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 December 1904

%rmnv& VOLUMB XIV. A WeeAly Journal Devoied tii the Intefests of Lancaster County in Particular; the Northetn Weclt and Rappahannock Valiey in General. and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBEli 23, 1904. NtTMBEB 12. C. O. HBKNN. M.I>. I- WRKNX. A. WRENN & SONS, 24TO40UNION8TREET, NORFOLK, VA., WKOLESALE MANUFACTl'RERS OF BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, TRAPS, PHAETONS, AND SURREYS. Unequaled for Style, Comfort and Durability BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 IIOR3E POWBK. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., brook ave., NORFOLK, VA. SK.N1? FOR (UAI.OI.tr. SPECIt OFFER OF GSO UNE ENGINES. We bave Beveral 14 horse-power Buffalo Gasoline Motore, last year's oicdel, with thia year's improvemeots, right from factory, which we offer for prompt acceptance at $500, iostalled in boat. FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY LTD? Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Polished Plate and Window Glass, Mantels, Tiles and Grates. Bnilding Material...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 December 1904

tTar -Virgima Cittew. OEMOCRATIC WEE&LT. SUBSCRIPTION: $1 a year.in advance W. MeDONALD LEE. ED1TOR. ADVBttTISING RATK8. 3m. |Sqi. BOcta. per lnoh each tnaer'n, or ?.?>> <? ? 2 Inchea, .?> i ">.<" a 4 a - a M i i.<v(aaaoj aa.o 8 M 10 - at,?> ?;?>.<?' 4.-..U' ia ?? X oolumn. 1 oolumn (88 Inchea). tu.u> ?iU.ou 10U.U> laV Sbperoent.addttloaal for apecial poaition Notloes In reading eoiumna, IU centa per uonparell 11 na. Obltuartee, religtoua notlcea of ontertaln aaents.excuralona.etc.one-half reiru lar rates All oommuntcatioua or Imslnee* ietters ahould beaddreaaed to the VikuiniaOti/.en. Irvtujrton. Va.. to reeelve prumpt attention Friday, Decombor S3, !!><>*. 8EEMINGLY UNNECE33AKY TAX Continuallychangingtext-books io the public schools, and also io some private echool8 and colleges, vergea very much on a fad with some in atructors. lt ia a hardsbip upon pareuts, and the followiog kick ou the part of the Auiherst Xew Era ia not outof tu...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 December 1904

LOCAL MENTION. All oocnmuoloationa ahould be addressed to tbe ViautMta Citizkx. Irvinjrtou. Va. Prank G. Newbill is ln Baltimore for a few days. No issue of the Citizbn uext week, December 80. Miss Ruby Smith left Monday for a mouth'a stay in Baltimore. Loyola Leland ls at home from his drammiug trips for the holidsys. Skatiog now take= the place of sleigh lng. December is humoriug the young folk. Miss Lelia Carter, of Millenbcck, has been visiting Miss Annie Thomas tbe put week. Wild turkeys are gallavauting around irvington, severalof them having tackled remnants of garden foliage In the village. Last evening (Tbursday) Mr. and Mrs. VY. G. Dunton cntcrtained at their home here in celebration of their 12th mailtal annlrertfury. Kncouragc home enterpris? and buy your .usatmrol w. H. .loaso. i.itwaitmi. Lancaatasr Co. Material the beat, pri.-oa low. bi* frelphta kaved. Mr. aud Mrs. Harry Uopkins, who havebecu absent in Baltimore for some time, have now a tine httle daughter to mako n...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 23 December 1904

Cahnage Sermon By Rev. Prank De Wltt Talmafc. D. D. Loa Angcles, Cal., I?oc. is. \u tl.s booktnaklug nge, und pnrticukirly at the season when paaaaai an tanlaaj ?ut the largost of the year's literary ?utput, tlie prcacher ln this sermon glves some timely udvke ns to tlie choice of books. The text ia Ecclesias tes xii, 12, "Of niaklug many books tbera is no eu<l." Wendell l'hillips for many yaan went np and down the Inud dellvcriug a lecture entitled "Tlie Lost Arts." That lecture whs ln raost MapaCal a glorlflcntlon of the paat. If. howovor. we should halo the pretSaaa and deliver a new lecture entitled "The Found Arts," almost without exccption most Of us would cntaloKUe the art of liook inuking as nmong the greatest of nll modern accouiplishments. In our ego tlstic self complaceney many of us have long supposed thnt the nncients knew but little about books. We look upon the great Knglish and Anierk-uu nnd French nnd (icmian nnd llusskiu llhraries ns modern derelopxnents whleh w...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 January 1905

Ittrjjptiiia % 11 Weekly Journal Devoted to the Interesls of Lancaster County in Particular; the Worthern Neck andRappahannock Vallgy in General, and the Worio at large. VOLUME XIV. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY G, 1905. NUMBEB 14. C. O. WRKNN. I. I?. 1~ WKK>N. A. WRENN & SONS, 24 TO 40 UNION 8TREET, NORFOLK, VA., WHOLKSALEMANUFACTUKERSuK BUGGIES, RUNABOUT8, TRAPS, PHAETONS, AND SURREYS. Unequaled for Style, Comfort and Durability. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS ' FOR 2 TO 40 1IOK3K POWER. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MCTOR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. 8KN1) FOR CATALOCIK SPECIAL OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We bave eeveral 14 borse-power Buffalo Gasoline Motors, last year's model, witb this year's improvements, right from factory, which we offer for prompt acceptance at $500, iDBtalled in boat FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Polished Plate and Window Glass, Mantels, Tiles and Gr?te?. Building Materia...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 January 1905

4lar $ifj|inui m\zta. OEMOCRATIC WKEKLY. 8UBSUR1PTION: fl a year.in advance W. McDQNALD LEE, EDITOR. All communications or busineas letters ahouldbe addressed U> the VikoumaOitimx, Irvlujrton. Va.. to rooolve prompt atteutioo Frlday, January ?, lG?jr?. TIIAT NORFOLK B0U1 The announcement that the new management of the Weems Line would early in January withdraw the boat on the twice-a-week Nor? folk route created a atorm of protest along the Rappahannock and in the cityof Norfolk. By letter and in person promtnent men on the Rappa? hannock petitioned the management not Lo take this backward step, and the papers and business men of Nor? folk took prompt steps to persuade the YVeema people not to f ever the growing relations between the sec tions. The appeals met with partial ?almost whole aucceaa. The Wffl will continue one trip a week?down Tuesday and back Wednesday? duiing the winter, with the promise of a resumption of semi-weekly trips later. The new management has tsV aured us...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 January 1905

LOCAL MENTION. Allootnmuntcattons ehoulu be addreaaed to tbe Vikuima CiTiZKM. Irvinxton. V*. 111s mother, from Phiiabe'.phia, is visitingLevl Rlley. Aid Society tonighl (.Fiiday) at bome of Capt. J. W. llundley. lrving Meeaick haa been visiting Bon ner Buasells at llampton, Va. CliiTord Kirkmycr left Wednesday to enter William and Mary College. Mra. Z*ck Street left Friday night for a protracted stay in Norfolk. Clinton Bew spent the holidaya at his parental home ln King and t^ueen. J. W. Haydon is adding a new porch to Capt. A. J. llamllton's resldence. Freab Fork and Doef will be found at Mee? aick & Uunby everv Saturday. Among the recent sicx we note Mrs. W.1I. Ford.Mrs. L M. Irvlng, Mrs.J. C llardiug. Faculty and pupils of the Chesapcake rcported for duly Weduesday m< rumg of this week. Ladies Tarsonage Aid Society was in session yesterday at the Methudist par sonage here. Dr. W. J. Newbill and Capt. W. D. Ncwbill spcnt Wednesday and Thorsday of last week in Essex. Diatrl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 6 January 1905

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Prank Dc Wltt Talmatfe. D. D. Loa Angclea, Cal., l>?v. 2.">. In this aeriuon the Chriatinns thetno is pre Acutcil with a new nnd pUturcsqu* aet tlng. and the preacher tinds ln It an appllcatlon to the unlversal mods of our modern life. The tCOEt is I.uke ii. 10, MI brlng you good tidings of great Joy." Bleeacd. thrlce bleased. is the udvent of tbe messeugcr bringing tidinga of great Joy! Beujamin l?israeli was wel coined back to Englaud's capitnl by a surging sea of happy fuces, v?'ii.h biockod tbe strocts about tbe lonl inuyor's oflU-iul realdciH?<? ns far na the eye could see, when be returned froni the uiost faiumis of Europeau couclaves of the represeiitntlves of many nations. WbyV llo eauie hsMk with the memornble aentcm-o upon his llpa, "I briug back to you peace with honor." Nq wouder Qm Ln^iisb niulti tudea applauded their prcuiier wber ever he went. llud Disraeli not brought back "peace with honor" Ku ropa would bave been eonvulsed with an aw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 13 January 1905

mum VOLUME XIV. I WeeHy Journal Devoiedjojhe Interests ot tancaslei County in Particular; the Northern WecK and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1905. NUMBEB 15. C. O. WRENN. Mcl>. L. WRKS.V A. WRENN & SONS, 24TO40UNION8TREET, NORFOLK, VA., WHOLESALE MANUFACTTRERS OF BUGQIES, RUNABOUTS, TRAPS, PHAETONS, AND SURREYS. Unequaled for Style, Comfort and Durability. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR 2 TO 40 HOUSE POWER. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MQTQR CO., A'g'ts., BROOK AVE., NORFOLK, VA. KKND FOR t'ATALOUVE. SPECIAl OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have eeveral 14 horse-power Buffalo Gasoline Motore, last year's inodel, with thia year'a iniprovements, right from factory, which we offer for prompt acceptance at $500, installed in boat FRANK T. CLARK COMPANY LTD? Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Poliahed Plate and Window Glass, Mantela, Tilea and Gratei. Building Material Generally. Esti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 13 January 1905

A v!ii Vii'ni.ua -rtt DBMOC'RATir WKEKLY. BUBSCHIPTION: $1 a year.In edvano W. MellONALl) LEE, IDlT'jR. ADVERTT-M.SU RATB8 *_t_._ 5m. ism. i> ?. ?J cU. per inoh each inser'n, or 4. S lnebea, 3 i " ? ?? I ?;.... ? a ?? 14 10 ?? 1? " X oolumn. 1 oolumn (98 locbea). 4?>.iOi?U8a*aaj KJr~2Sp*rceot.addltlonal for ape?.-ial poeitluo Notlcea ln readtng ooiumna. 10 centa per uonparell line. Obituariea, reltfioua notice* <M eiitertain veaU.excurelona. etc.. ooe-half reau lar ratee All oommunicatinns or businoaa* letters ahould beaddreaaed to the ViuuiniaCitizkn. Irvinaton. Va.. bo rcceive prompt atteutlon Friday, Jauuur.v 1 .'5, 1I>U,*>. "That innocent viaud with a wicked uame, the oyster cocktail, is made this way: iu a wineglass put a half dozen chilled or frasea oystere," etc Now who would have tbought thia inuocent rtproduction of a going-the-rounda reeipe would tie caught up and thutulenrd at us iu auch a bolt as thia? Dk.r BaoTUKR Lbk:?I think frojn the cacloacd cllppiug ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 13 January 1905

RELtmOUS APPOINTMENTS. MRTRODIST. Hmr. J. M. Am>kk*ok. Paator. Irvlofton. Flr?t and Thlrtl Sundays, 11 A. M.; Booontf and Fourth Sunday Dlghta; I'ntyer MeetiOK Wedncsday nifrhu*. Wblt* Stone. Firat and Thlrd Sbndaye.SP. M.; Beooud h .d Fourth Sundays, 11 A. M. Fleofa laland. Svcund Buuday.3 P. M.; Thlrd Sunday ntjclu. Poplar Neck, Fourth Sunday, 3 P. M. BAPT18T. R?T. F. W. CuTinoot. Paator. Irvlngton. Becond and I-'uurtta Sundays, 3:80 P. M.; Flrat Sunday, 8 P. M. Wloomloo, Ftratand Thitv S?m ?'uys.ll A.M. Kllmarnuck. Seeond and iou ta Sunuaya. 11 A. M. Bluff Koiut Chapel. Thlrtl Sunday. 3:30 P. M. Brvnt's Hall (Ktlmarnock). Stoond, Fourth and Klfth Sundays. 7:30 P. M. Wae?. Thlrd Suuday, 7:30 P. M.; Pifth Sun? day, 11 A. M. Ktr. y. V. Bbadi.it, Pastor. Whlte Btone. Firet and Thlrd Sundays. 11 A. M.;Sooondaud FourtbSuudaya.SP. M. Floeta laland, Beuoitd and Fourth Sundays, 11 A.M.:Flrst and Thlrd Sundaj a,? P. M. PRB8BYTKKIAN. Rst. K. L W ?ltoh, Paator. Weema. Becond and Fourth Su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 13 January 1905

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Witt Talmafie, D. D. Los Angoles. Cai, Jan. fc The da\ lost by solnr reckonlng ln a westerly voyage around tln- world furnlshos the preucber in this sermon with nn lllus tration by whicli. ns he shows, days are continually being lost in the voy age of life; text, Ecclealaates Ix. 10, "Whataoever thy band Ondetb to do, do It with thy mlKht." Wbat traglc aignlrlcance there may be ln that little word "Lost!" We hear It ln the despniring cry of tbe miners stnrvlng ln the Death vnlley of tbe Mojave desert. Wo lioar it in the blt tor cry of the tiavelcrs bcwildcrcd in tuldwiuter on the Montana prairles. It ls a abriek of horror on tho llps of the poor cbildren ou the tJeuernl Slocuni buniing on the sound of New York. It la a cry of dismay from tbe crew of tbe Uoynl C'harter wrccked on the Irlsh coast. It Is n cry of ngony from the man In tho npper story of the Windsor hotel ln New Yorlf, whose body with suppliant aruis strob bed in entreaty to the tireinen ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 January 1905

IHrgittia VOLUME XIV. i&ilHm I Weefcly Journal De?oted lo ihe Interests of Lancaste: County in Particular; the Nonhern Necfc and Rappahannoct Valley in General, and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1905. NUMBEB 16. V. O. WKKNN Mrl). I. WREMN. A. WRENN & SONS, 24 TO 40 UNION STREET, NORFOLK, VA., WHOLESALEMANUFACTVRERSOF BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, TRAPS, PHAETONS, AND SURREYS. Unequaled for Style, Comfort and Durability. BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTORS FOR VlOIW BOKfS MTO \itolHfcWE.S. 2 TO 40 HOR3E POWEK. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CC, A'g'ts., BROOK ave.. NORFOLK, VA. SEKI? FOR CATALOGCE. SPEGIAl OFFER OF GASOLINE ENGINES. We have several 14 horae-power Buffalo Gasoline Motors, laat year'a model, with thia year'a iniprovenieuts, right from f.ictory, which we offer for prompt acceptance at $500, installed in boat FRANK T. GLARK COMPANY, LTD., Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Varnishes, Window and Door Screens. Polisbed Plate and Window Glass, Mantele, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 January 1905

ihr Vitgiiiw Citisetu DEMOCKATIO WEEKLT. 8UB80RIPT1ON: $1 ayear.in advanee W. McDONALP LEE. EDITOR. ADVEBTISING RATK3. Sm. lOm. i lyr. 10 ots. per ineh each tnser'n. or ?.oo! *.00 10.00 8 Iucbea, ft.UOiiU.00l 15.00 3 p a.on;!4.ow au.u) 4 " 10. > s ?? is.u 8 " U.UO'ss.UO 3B.00 8 ?? ia.ooaa.oo 40.00 10 " 23.00l30.00 46.00 18 " X oolumn. 8R.0W3B.00 52.00 1 ooiumn (38 lncbes). 4O.u0l60.00i 100.00 per cent. addltlonal for apoclal posltlou Notloea ln reading- coiumns, 10 conta per nonparell line. Obituartes, reliftoua notlces of entertaln aaeDto.excuraions.eto..one- balf rcpular rates All commumcatious or bualne#a lettera abould beaddrcasod to Uhf VikoimaCitimn, IrvinjrtoD. Va.. to reoelve prompt attentiou Frlday, January 120, l?or?. With wonderful unanimity the press throughout tbe State has had notbmg but praise to say of Candidate Swanson's addrea?, and nothing if not kiud words of the candidate himaelf. The Eastern Shore papers have, we believe, with one accord been complimentary, ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 January 1905

KELIUIOUS APPOINTMENTS. MBTHODI8T. Rav. J. M. Axdrhsoh, Pastor. Irvlngtoo, Flrat and Thlrd Sundays. 11 A. M.. Second and Fourth Sunday nigbta; ? PrajrerMoetiog Wt^ineadar nigbta. " wb'.teStone, Flrst and Thlrd Kuoday?.3P. M.; Second and Fourth Suiulaya.il A. M. F teet's Ialaud, Second Sunday. 3 F. M.; ThirU Sunday night. Poplar Neck, Fourth Sunday. 3 P. M. BAPTIST. R?v. F. W. Claybrook. Pastor. Irvlngton. Second and FoL-f <? ndays, 8:90 F. M.jFlrat Sunday. 8 F. 1. Wlcomlco, Flrat and Thlrd Sundaya. 11 A.M. Kllmarnock, Second aud Fourth SuDdaya, 11 A.M. Bluff Polot Chapel, Thlrd Sunday. 3:30 P. M. Urent'a Hall (Kllmarnock). Second, Fourth and Flfth Sundaya. 7:30 P. M. Weems. Thlrd SuMday. "M P. M.; Flfth Sun? day. 11 A. M. Rbv. U. V. Bbadlbv. Pastor. White Stone, Flrst and Thlrd Sundaya. 11 A. M.: Second and Fourth Suudays.8 P, M. Pleeta Island, Second and Fourth Sundays. 11 A.M.:First and Thlrd Sundays. 3 P.M. PRBSKYTKRIAN. Rbt. H. L W a ltobt, Pastor. Wecmi. Second and Fourth Su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 20 January 1905

Calmage Scrmon By Rev.* Frank De Wltt Talmage. D. D. Loa Angeles. Cal.. Jau. 15.?For tbese tlaaaa of multlplied and conflieting rellgious beliefe that vex aud confuse tbe earnest soul the preacber in thia sermon suppliee the only test whereby the truth or falsehood or uny religion la to be dlseovered. Tbe text ia Mat thew v, 14, "Ye are tbe light of tbe world." At no time since tbe bv^iuulug of the world has man been confronted with aucb a multipllcity of diverse and even conflieting aystems of rellgioua belief as now. Tet all of tbese Bys tems appeal with more or less force for lila acceptance aud Bupport. In the eaat Mohammedanlsm, i'onfucinnism, Buddhisni and slmilar beliefs malntaip the ancient vigor of their creed in the appeal to human credulity und super Btition, whilc Europc and the western world have their uumerous systems of creods aud "cults," each preaeutiug ita cIuIiub for mau's belief and allcgiance. Thua the great problem preseuts itself: Are tbese systems of religiou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 January 1905

ttmwm _^_t? ? _t ? A VOLTTMB XIV. a Weefcly Journal Devoted to the laterBsi^oUancasief County in Particular; the Northara Necl and Rappahannoci Valley in General. and the World at large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1905. NUMBEB 17. C. O. Wat-CNB. Mrl?. _. WKKMB. A. WRENN & SONS, 24 TO 40 UNION STREET, NORFOLK, VA., WHOLE9ALE MANUFACTURERS OF BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, TRAPS, PHAETONS, AND SURREYS. . Unequaled for Style, Comfort and Durability. BUFFAL9 GASOLINE MOTORS FOR V.ORX BOKYS MTO \_M_HC_Y\S.S. 2 TO 40 HORSE POWER. CHESAPEAKE LAUNCH AND MOTOR CO., A'g'ts., brook AVB.. NORFOLK, VA. SKWU WXiWL CATALOOVB SPEGIM. OFFER OF GASOLINE EHGINES. We baveaeveral 14 horae-power Buffalo Gaaoline Motore, laat year'a model, with thia year'a improveroenta, right from factory, which we offer for prompt acceptance at $500, inatalied in boat FRANK T. CLARK GOMPANY, LTD? Sash, Doors and Blinds, Hardware, Paints, Vamishes, Window and Door Screens. Poliabed Plate and Window Glaaa, Mantela,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 January 1905

gt ff icnhm gitfota. OBMOURATIC TfREKLT. 8UB8CPIPTION: #1 tyear.ip advantr W. MeDONALD LEE, EDITOR. ADVKBTIS1NO RATKS 8m. iftto. I lyr. tOots. per Ineh each tu*or*n, or 4.001 8.001 10.00 3 Inchea. i..O0;lo.?0l l*.tO H.iW l?.Ul?| *'JX> * lO.OOj 17.00 Sl.tW _ lz.OtH9U.0OJ 30.00 14.00 ts.oo aa.00 ,, iK.ooaa.00 40.00 -S.UtHa6.0M MV.09 ? X oolumn, avuo 'W.ool K.ou 1 oolumn (*6 lnchoa). 4U.OOi40.UO.100.OJ taVaSperoent.addlttonal forspeuUI poaltiou Notioee ln readlng coiumna, 10 oentt per nonparetl line. Qbltuartee, rellglous notlcee nf entertmln ?aen ts. exouralona. otcone-half reau lar ratea All eommunioatlous or buslnesa letters sbould beaddreaaed to the Vikqinia Citizen, Irvington, Va.. to reoelve prompt attention Frlday, .Jaiiunry 27, 1005. DRA8TIC TRKATMENT It ia thought tbata few convicllcna of peijury wltb tbe limiled penalty would bave a aalutary effect upon tbe morala of Alexandria.?Alezandtia Gazette. And Alexandria is not the only place in need of auch draalic treat nient It...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 January 1905

KELItilOl JS APPOINTMENTS. MBTHODIST. B?v. j. m. AvDtnon. Pastor. Irvington. Firat and Tbbrd Sundaya, 11 A. M Becond and Fourth Sunday night*' ?, Preyer Meeting Wedneaday nlghta. white Stone. Firat andTblrd Sundaya. 8 P. M.: Becond and Fourth 8undays. 11 A. M. Fleefa Island. Second Sunday, 8 P. M.; Tbird Sunday night. Poplar Neek. lourtb Sunday, 8 P. M. BAPTI8T. BBv. p. W. C-avbmook. Paator. Irvington. Second and Fourth Sundaya, 8:80 _ P. M.; Firat Sunday, a P. M. Wlcomloo, Flrstand Third Sunday*.UA. M. ailmarnook. Second and Fourth Sunday*. 11 A. M. Bluff Polft Cbnpel. Th'iU Sunday. 8J0 P. M. Uroat's Hall (K'lmarnovk). 8*-cond, Fourth and Fifth Sunday*. T-W P f?. Weesas. Thlrd Sunday, 7_? i. 4 . Flftb i?un day, 11A.M. B?v. u. V. Bradlkt, Paator. White Stooe, Firat and Tbird Sundaya, 11 A. M.; Second and Fourth Nundays, 8 P.M. rieeta Island. Second and Fourtb Sundaya. 11 A.M.:Fir*i and Thlrd Sundays.8 F. M. PBBSBTTKBIAN. Rav. H. L Vikioi, Paator. Waems. Second and Fourtb Sundaya 11 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 27 January 1905

Calmage Sermon By Rev. Frank De Wltt Talmage. D. D. Ix>s Angcles, Cal . Jun. 22.?A whole soiue pbtioeophy, which may well be appiled by every one. wbo desiree suc cees ln tbe battle of life, ls tbut which tbe preacber outllnes in this sermon, taklng hls text from I Sainucl xvll, 39, "1 cannot go wltb these, for I bave not proved them." A wesponless soldier is a defenseless and a helpless soldier. Neither person al strength nor beroic valor cnn avail blm without effectlve weapons in a coufllct againat an armed foe. Tbe mll Itary chiefs bave learned tbat the ls sue of a campalgn depcnds as much on the perfectlon and preclsion of tbe weapons as on the vlgor and prowess of the soldier. In the Austro-Frusslan war lt was not so much tbe valor of the soldier or tbe strategic skill of tbe gen erals tbat gave Prussia tbe vlctory aa the fact thut the Frusslan uriuy bad the nuedle gun wbile tbe Austrians carrled the old fashloned musxle lond er. Nor can moral qualltles take the place of mod...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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